Pronunciation of Increase
/ˈɪnkɹiːs/, /ˈɪnkɹiːs/, /ˈɪ_n_k_ɹ_iː_s/
Antonyms for increase:
repress, contracting, prevent, abridgment, deflate, cease, undermine, reduction, diminishing, shorten, compression, subtraction, withdraw, recede, constricting, divide, compress, deduct, loss, subtract, condensing, play down, abbreviate, shrinkage, decrease, lose, destroy, hurt, discourage, condensation, abstract, shrink, shortening, Diminishment, degrade, dissever, fall, hinder, depletion, raze, shrinking, narrow, demolish, decelerate, weaken, retreat, curtail, diminish, lower, restrict, remove, drop, slow, lessen, lowering, abridge, halt, Retrenching, reduce, take back, compressing, retrenchment, condense, deplete, minify, contract, constriction, contraction, decline, stop.
Usage examples for increase:
- Such increase, I am persuaded, would be against the interest of the poor themselves." - "Christmas Stories", Edward Berens.
- As for an increase of salary, that was declared to be out of the question entirely. - "The Lights and Shadows of Real Life", T.S. Arthur Edition: 10 Language: English.
- The friendship and intimacy between Claudia and Stafford continued to increase. - "Father Stafford", Anthony Hope.
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Rhymes for increase:
- reese, speece, fleece, niece, leece, priests, pease, cease, suisse, greece, seis, rease, piece, lease, crease, tese, nice, leese, peace, geese, reece, neiss, feasts, gees, grease, cece;
- decease, aris, devries, audris, decrease, clarice, denise, release, luis, edris, elise, markese, bernice, caprice, tunis, felice, obese, matisse, apiece, maryse, denice, maurice, cerise, patrice, police;